• I am the first one to write !!! Yes!!! ;)) I’m joking.

    I don’t know how you do it, where do you find all of these wonderful and amazing ideas?? I know only one thing: you inspire us, you inspired me so much that I started to painting – first time since I was 17 years old (looong time ago … I’m 29, but tssss don’t say it anyone)

  • Did I mention that I also love your painting and hard work? Can’t wait to get more info on the fun embroidery!

  • Inspiration overload ๐Ÿ˜€

    You take the cake, on all things fun and fresh!

    and … Hugs to that cute sock monkey design ๐Ÿ˜€

    Have oodles of fun this weekend!

    ~ Andrea

  • I don’t see how anyone could have the patience to embroider by hand. I work at the embroidery shop at Branson Landing and I’m just in awe of the machines. Even the most simpliest of patterns is more than I want to think about doing by hand, but I love playing with the machines!

  • I just love your art Elsie! It’s so fun and whimsical. You have more patience than most (to be able to sit there and hand sew)! Can’t wait to see more! =)

  • so so so cute!!! I am loving this!! I need to get back embroidering a bit ๐Ÿ™‚ How cute would this look on the front of a back-to-school shirt? ๐Ÿ™‚ SWOON!

  • a-flippin-dorable ๐Ÿ™‚

    I never, ever would have thought to paint inside of an embroidered image–love it!

  • This is so cute. How neat this would be done on blocks for a baby quilt. I love the painted parts too. I can embroider simple stitches like that. Can’t wait for the tutorial on how you accomplished this combination, paint and embroidery.

  • I like that saying, thanks!
    Thanks for posting this. Very nice recap of some of the key points in my talk. I hope you and your readers find it useful! Thanks again

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